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  CBS    Eyewitness News Morning Edition    News  News/Business. New.  

    July 17, 2012
    6:00 - 7:00am EDT  

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it is 6 o'clock and that is a humid haze already on the horizon this morning. you will feel it as soon as you step outside your door. everybody is worried about the water main break from yesterday. how it will effect this morning. sharon and mike schuh will have the latest on that after marty's first warning weather. >> let's take a look at the numbers for the morning. it's warm and steammy morning. 75 right now. that's a degree warmer than this time yesterday. we will have advisories go into effect but not until noon. for good reason. 94 at lunch on a way to a high of 98 that's going to feel more like 105. look at that dinner time temperature, it's still going to be in the mid 90s. don, take it away. here is sharon gibala with wjz traffic control. >> a big mess downtown, it's
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all because of the water main break. there's some video of the water main break situation from last night from sky chopper 13. light street remains closed between east redwood and pratt. redwood closed between calvart and light. another water break on fleet street. that's closed. take a lafana instead. we have an accident on the east side of the beltway blocking two lanes. one more accident, route 32 at 9er road. there's a look at that east side accident. it looks like it's being moved off to the right. no delays at this point there. big delays if you're headed into downtown today. mike schuh will have more on that in just a minute. for traffic information any time you can log onto wjz.com. don, back over to you.
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our complete coverage of the water main break continues live with mike schuh. >> reporter: good morning. millions of gallons came out of a pipe that wide. it's just an incredible amount of force. this roadway is buckled for about 100 yards. it's going to take a long, long time to get this fixed. >> chopper 13 over a breken 20 inch water main downtown, several parts of light street buckled, thousands of gallons of water, dirt and saturday gush on to the streets. >> it looks terrible. it looks like a bad movie. it's cracked. >> it happened at the height of rush hour, about 5 o'clock on monday. the city moved quickly to close roads, reroute traffic, but some residents and businesses are effected. >> because the road has buckled i would classify that as being dangerous so we keep it closed.
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>> this whole street is shut down. it's pretty backed up. nobody can get anywhere. it's a big inconvenience. >> the magnitude of the break quickly overwhelmed the city's ability to contain it. traffic came to a grinding halt. kim hayes lives and works downtown. >> today i was lucky, it and took me 5 minutes -- it only took me 5 minutes to get home. >> the infrastructure has been compared to being on life support. it's a race against time to prevent future break downs. >> i think everyone was frustrated when -- as we predicted we had to increase the water rates. this is what it's for. >> reporter: back now live. you're look ing at pictures we shot just a moment ago. it's so lumpy down here on light street, it looks like a bed sheet that's been tossed in the air to get the dust off. it's amazing, all the water underneath. looking
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here, that is lombard to the south. they have just opened that up to through traffic. there are many, many roadways down here that are closed. if you come downtown, plan ahead, leave early. this is going to take quite some time to fix. days, maybe weeks. reporting live, mike schuh. back to you. >> stay with wjz for complete kofrng of the water -- kofrn -- coverage of the water main break. go to wjz.com. this morning investigator red sox on the scene of the deadly crash of a small plane in montgomery county. the plane went down just before reaching the runway last night. two people were on board, one person is dead, another in serious condition at the hospital. the cause of the crash is still under investigation. a day on the river turned deadly. crews are sill searching for the body of an edge wood man who was fishing and swimming sunday night.
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meghan mccorkell has more on the search efforts. >> dive teams spent much of yesterday coming that river but there's still no sign of the missing boater. cries were help coming -- cries for help coming from the water. . >> i know that it was a grave situation. i told my daughter to call 911. >> he ran to a neighbor's house who had a kayak, that man paddled out to help two men flaying in the water. michelle parks husband jumped in his boat and reached one of the swimmers. >> it was hard to get the guy on the boat because he was just so panicking. >> 34-year-old sonny sing saved, but his friend 34-year-old cam verbong never surfaced. >> we wish we would have been there seconds earlier. >> they jumped over board, one of them got away from the boat, the other one tried to help him.
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. >> rescue crews rushed to the scene. dive teams were on the water until late sunday night and back at it again at 8:00 monday morning. crews are using helicopters, sonar and police dogs but still no sign of the missing boater. . >> i never had to witness anything as tragic as this. >> even more heartbreaking, what was found inside the boat. >> the boat drifted towards my pier. i looked inside the boat and i saw two life preservers. >> tools that may have prevented tragedy. rescue teams will be back on the water at 8:00 this morning. >> the coast guard says 17 miles of water have already been searched with no sign of the fishing fisherman. the manhunt continues for the man wanted for a double shooting at a nail salon. tv -- tuan minh pham has been charged. police say pham shot his
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estranged girlfriend and a male friend saturday night. anyone with information on pham's where abouts is urged to contact howard county police. three men are coming forward accusing jerry sandusky of sexual abuse. the men are telling police their abuse happened in the 70s and 80s. it's unclear whether more charges will be filed against sandusky. he was con vith -- convicted of sexual abuse last month. if you dread waiting in line at the motor vehicle administration we have good news. drivers under the age of 40 can renew their driver's license online. the first eligible drivers are under the age of 40 because they don't have to retake the vision test. in the future it will accommodate vision tests for drivers 40 and over. a major announcement from the grand prix has organizers get race ready in time for labor day weekend thachl say they have
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-- weekend. they say they have details on significant sponsors. >> with just 7 weeks to go before the grand prix, the new group in charge, race on says it will be ready and revealed three new sponsors. glsz this is -- >> this is a good start. we're solidnd we're going to -- solid and we're going to build on that. >> organizers admit it's likely to lose money but say investors remain committed and want to stabilize the race. >> all the major building blocks are there. there's a million details in a race like this. >> single day ticket sales just started. last year's event drew 160,000 spectators. track work will start later this month and continue right up to the race. drivers are ready to hit that track, which is slightly tweaked through downtown with speeds hitting 180 miles an hour. >> the event itself was a absolute homerun.
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it was the financials behind it, the way it was run that got shaky. >> among their challenges, there's still no major title sponsor. ticket sales started 6 months later than last year. they promise vendors will get paid, unlike last year when original organizers left some vendors, the city and state out thousands of dollars. >> we're really right on plan. we are absolute ly dedicated to making it happen. >> for more information on tickets and the like go to wjz.com. the oriels season opener up in minnesota got off to a rocky start. starting pitcher chris till man just didn't have what the birds needed. joe mower hits a single out into center field. the oriels fall behind 7-0 in the first inning of play. the twins win the game thanks to that early lead which they never lost by a score of 19-7.
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>> of course the large, huge news yesterday in the world of sports in baltimore, the ravens signing ray rice to a 5 year deal. that is large. that is enormous. >> and puts the end to a lot of speculation about what was going to happen. >> what's going to happen is ray rice, you're the running back for the next 5 years. also yesterday the tickets came. i actually took this picture and put it on the facebook page. i'm pointing this out for a reason. if you look, the word is team. >> okay. >> you have players faces on each of the tickets. i'm sitting here looking and about five in i said is that jamal lewis. jamal lewis is going into the ring of honor this year. >> okay. >> how about that. one of the
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great running backs in the history of the baltimore ravens. speaking of ray rice and running backs, jamal lewis gave it up for you, body and soul and is going into the ring of honor. that's why his picture is on that ticket. >> very good. >> more to follow. >> yeah . >> it sure is. let's go ahead and -- i think he may have been done wrong but that's a different story. >> okay. >> we're one of 11 states that's going to be getting 105 heat index today. the core of that is way out to our west. we're going for a high temperature of 98, hot, humid, mixture of sunshine and fair weather clouds. 75 right now. monique griego join s us. it's going to be a heck of a day to be in the parking lot.
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>> reporter: it is. it's beautiful out here. the sun hasn't started just yet so it's still nice. we're live at the farmers market. 3:30 to 6:30 won't be that hot. they have fruit, vegetables, fresh flowers and at the end fresh bred. not only are they going to do a cooking cooking demonstration but tell -- cooking demonstration but tell us what they have at their farmers marke [ male announcer ] now at your neighborhood subway: the new santa fe steak melts. get extra grande flavor with the santa fe steak & bacon melt. juicy steak, crispy bacon, and melted cheese with creamy santa fe caesar. or try adding egg for a santa fe steak, bacon & egg melt -- a favorito for breakfast but muy bueno any time of day.
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good morning. now 74, 87% humidity. warm, humid, stuffy. barometer at 29.87. ocean city 77, 77 district, mid 70s easton, packs river, 74 downtown, 72 elkin, 71 haguers town, low to mid 60s in deep western
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maryland, 71 westminster, 72 bel air, almost 80 annapolis, kent island, areas in and around dc already at 80. got this big heat pump of high pressure running the shot show today -- show today. thunderstorms tomorrow will break the back of this heat. it's going to be real are intense today and tomorrow with that 105 heat index for the record 98 is going to be the high. the day tay time record by the way is 101. 75 over night. tomorrow 98. again, it's going to feel more like 105. watch for potentially strong thunderstorms maybe even going into thursday morning. thursday we'll drop temperatures slowly to 94. look how beautiful it's going to be by friday. 82 and then the gentle mid 80s three days in a row, friday, saturday and sunday. we're still waiting this morning to see if the water main break is going to effect traffic through all of downtown. here is sharon gibala at wjz traffic
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control. >> i'm thinking that's a certainty. if you are headed downtown, listen up. we have video of the water main break. this is from yesterday. water flowing in the streets, lots of roads closed as well. major ones, light street between east redwood and pratt. redwood is closed between calvert to light. you can see traffic seems to be moving around downtown, but, again, there are some major closures. east lombard also closed. if you are headed out on fleet street, that's also blocked because of a water main break. take alafana instead. a new accident on 100 westbound at 95. there's a look at your speeds on the beltway, everything running there as it should. this traffic report is brought to you by your toyota dealer. visit your toyota dealer and see why now is the time to make the jump to toyota.
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over to you. strait to monique griego -- straight over the monique griego. how are you doing? >> reporter: great. all i can think about is food and how hungry i am because it's hard not to be hungry when you have all this great food behind you. we're life at the farmers market. it happens every tuesday night from 3:30 to 6:30. joining us live are a few vendors. right here is becky. >> i'm one of the produce vendors here at the market. >> reporter: for people who have never been here, what do you guy haves to offer here? -- guys have to offer here? >> we have some beautiful product. we have cantaloupe, corn, tomatoes. we have peppers, plenty of fruit. the peaches are just starting to come in now. we have some sort of spring, whether it's spring mix. potted plants.
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we have a baker who provides jams and jellies. our honey vendor and some lovely cheese here from our hartford down -- >> reporter: you guys are covering everything. i asked you about the peaches earlier. when is the prime time for peaches because i'm a peaches woman? >> the peaches have been out for couple of weeks. they will continue to be in their crime from now until september. >> reporter: you can see a lot of vegetables here. let's not forget the beautiful stuff we have. we have flowers here. this is chris kristina. obviously people love having fresh flowers in their house. this is the perfect time for them. >> this is the perfect time for a lot of great flowers. we have sunflowers in, lilies. we have this lovely plant, which is great for weddings, showers.
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it lasts a long time. >> reporter: thank you for that. i'm going to move over here and i'm going to walk across. this is í need í ned. he's if i can fixing us something this morning. he's from at water bakery. this is all his fresh bred. what do you have in front of you? >> the farmers today at the market will have peppers, squash, onions, garlic, tomatoes. we've taken three of those main ingredients along with basil and made a veg í etable terrain. this from cedar hill farm that their fresh you gert -- with some of their fresh yogurt. >> reporter: when you come here, this is kind of taking little pieces and showing you what you can make at -- at home. this owe
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yogurt sauce is delicious. there's more to offer. they came out this early to offer us a little demonstration. it's opened every tuesday through september, correct? >> tuesday before thanksgiving. >> when you get off work, come out here and you will not be disappointed. >> thank you very much. >> tell them that we said hello. that's one of the good guys from baltimore. all right. we'll talk to you in a bit. see you. >> we're taking a break and coming right back. i'm a little hungry now. >> i'm kind of doing that fresh veg etable thing in my mouth. whee! whee! wheeeeeeeee!
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it is steammy right now, temperatures in the mid 70s. take a look at this graphic. one of 11 states today that's going to feel a heat index of 105. for the record, the forecast high is 98. hot, humid, sunshine just a couple passing shade clouds. the record by the way this day, 101. don. >> how about that. going green to save some green. here is mary bu ball la with another -- bubala. >> experts say the temperature
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should be set between 37 and 40 in the fridge. uncovered food releases moisture and makes the compressor work harder. think about upgrading to a new energy star fridge. trying to help you be an energy saver. >> for more information going to wjz.com and click on the energy saver section. next up this morning right here on wjz. >> more attacks from president obama on mitt romney's record at bain capital. coming up, are the attacks working? >> i'm derek valcourt with the new ledz police are tracking down -- leads place are -- police are tracking down as they try to find the man who opened fire in a nail salon. >> breken pipe, buckled roads, big traffic problems expected. i'm mike schuh live at the water
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main break next. >> sharon gibala here with wjz traffic control. if you're headed downtown that water main break is causing problems. that's in just a few. >> the dog whenisper -- whisper per and michael phelps, what's the connection. we're going to find out on coffee with as the dog whisperer himself joins us. stay tuned. it's the morning edition and we will be right back. ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,
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at the bottom of the hour we have sunshine, heat and humidity all building in. also traffic problems downtown from a water main break yesterday. sharon gibala and mike schuh will have more on that after marty first warning weather. >> it's a warm and stuffy morning. 74 right now. it's going to be a hot and stuffy
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afternoon. that 74 is one degree warmer than this time yesterday. it's only about a matter of time before we get the advisories flying, probably around noon through 8:00. by lunch 94 going to a high of 98 with a heat index value today of 105. note that dinner time temperature, still in the mid 90s. here's the low down on light street and the rest of the rush from sharon gibala. >> it's going to be a problematic ride if you're headed downtown because of that water main break. this is video yesterday. we still have some pretty big closures that are going to be causing problems. light street is closed between east redwood and lombard. redwood is closed between calvart and light. a second water main break on fleet street. that is blocking all lanes. you can take alafana
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instead. new accident on 100 westbound near 95. if you're headed out on the beltway, starting to see the usual delays. 53 is your average speed. there's a live look outside at 95 in and out of the tunnel. sun glare could be a factor there this morning. this traffic report is brought to you by your toyota dealer. your car, your deal, now is the time to make the jump and see how many ways there are to save. don, back over to you. our complete coverage of the water main break continues now with mike schuh. good morning. >> reporter: good morning. the hole is right there. all the buckled pavement is for about 100 yards down to the south. traffic is already snarling downtown. this problem is going to stay with us not for days but perhaps weeks. >> chopper 13 over a broke 20
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inch water break. >> it looks terrible. it looks like a bad movie. it's cracked. >> it happened at the height of rush hour, about 5 o'clock on monday. the city moved quickly to close roads, reroute traffic but some residents and business effected. >> i would classify that as dangerous. >> this whole street is shut down. it's backed up. nobody can get anywhere. it's a big inconvenience. >> the magnitude of the break quickly overwhelmed the city's ability to contain it. traffic came to a grind ing halt. >> today i was lucky it only took me 5 minutes to get home. i figure any commute for the -- my commute for the next week or so is going to be bad. >> it's been compared to being on life support. it's a race against time to prevent future
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break downs. >> i think everyone was frustrated when we had to increase the water rates, but this is what it's for. >> reporter: you're looking at the intersection of fayette and light. traffic was completely blocking that street. see that silver suv there, you can see that that is slow. pulling out now, this next one down is baltimore. we are on light and we're going to spin around here. this is light and redwood street. we're going to come back all the way around and you can see that this is where the hole is right here between redwood and lombard. this is the center of the downtown area. there are a lot of streets closed. it's going to be a problem. city workers are assembling to figure out what they're going to do and how long it's going to take. reporting live from downtown, mike schuh. don, back to you. >> thank you for the tour. stay with wjz for complete coverage of this water main
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break. for the latest on the closures and the repair schedule go to wjz.com. this morning the search continues for a man wanted after a double shooting at a nail salon. derek valcourt reports this morning. police think they have a motive and new lead in the case. >> when gunfire erupted inside the nail and hair care spa saturday night. >> it was frightening. >> employee employees ran for cover. the gun man 35-year-old shot shot. >> i heard fire washingers -- fire crackers. i see the gun running with a gun. >> how ard county police found pham's get away car. it was abandoned some 2 and a half miles away from the crime scene.
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>> everybody is hoping and praying he gets caught. >> some motorcycle riders helped treat the victims and restore calm until the police arrived. >> the community really helped. >> employee s are still shaken, the salon business is getting back to normal with supportive customers saying they understand it was an isolated incident. >> it's not going to defer me from coming back. >> pham faces charges of first and second degree murder when he's captured. >> their conditions have been upgraded from critical to serious and fair. it's a big day for the obesity drug knexa. the fda is expected to announce whether to approve it. it will be one of the first new diet drugs to hit the market in more than a decade. research shows it can help people lose weight. one side effect is an increased heart rate.
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the president took time off from the campaign trial to watch the u.s. olympics men and women's basketball teams play. >> president obama was feeling the love while watching the u.s. olympic men's basketball team monday night. he wasn't as friendly to mitt romney. during a campaign event in ohio monday the president pushed a new study which says romney's tax plans would be bad for america. >> governor romney's economic plan would create 800,000 jobs. there's only one problem, the jobs wouldn't be in america. >> this latest attack is a new spin on an old theme that romney ships jobs over seas while still the head of bain capital. romney has been trying to beat back the bain attacks. >> what does it say about a president whose record is so poor that all he can do in his campaign is attack me. >> there's growing evidence
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that the attacks on mitt romney's time at bain are working. he will have to do something soon to change the talking point of his campaign. >> in his latest piece, political analyst charlie cook said the attacks on bain out sourcing and his investments are sticking to romney like velcro and it's hard to see how that will change until he picks his running mate. one of romney's stop advisors said he could have a decision made by the end of the week. >> it could be a successful attempt to change the conversation. >> until then mitt romney will hold rally in pennsylvania today and president obama will be in texas for a fundraiser. >> stay with wjz for complete coverage of campaign 2012. wjz is always on for you, go to wjz.com. in sports, ravens fans are breathing a sigh of relief this
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morning as ray rice is offered and signs a long term contract. the star running back getting a 5 year deal. the deal came just minutes before yesterday's 4 p.m. deadline. rice is getting ready for training camp coming off his best season ever. the oriels are sleeping off a rough series opener in minnesota. their starting pitcher just didn't have much last night on the mound. the twins joe mower hits a single into center field in the first inning. the oriels fall behind 7-0. the twins ended up winning 19-7. >> okay. continue playing the game in the twin cities this day. >> yes. take a look at the day part. i just walked outside. boy, it's hot out there. that mid 70s feels a lot hotter than that. i just checked to see what the heat index is, believe it or not it's still 74.
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>> really? >> you can just tell it though. 94 at lunch on a way to a high of 98. it's going to feel more like 105. this evening it's still going to be in the mid 90s at dinner time. coming up on coffee with, caesar malon. it's his financial final -- final season of the dog whisperer. there's a michael phelps connection here. we will explain it all. sharon gibala has your wjz traffic control and some first warning weather right after this. ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,
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good morning. 74 right now. 87 per % humidity. winds are calm. it is warm , stuffy, air is just not moving. barometer is at 29.87. take western maryland out of the equation from a couple low 70s, the mid to upper 70s in the area right now. it's already been 81 in dc, 78 annapolis, westminster and bel air the low 70s. we've got this big area of high pressure
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running the show. it's going to be short lived. a big cold front dives in tomorrow. watch for gusty thunderstorms the day tomorrow into tomorrow night. this is going to break the back of the heat in a big way. 98 feels more like 105 today. over night 75. already mentioned still may be in the mid 90s at dinner time tonight. 98 tomorrow, still feels like 105, potentially strong afternoon thunderstorms. a big cold front is going to knock us back to 82 by friday. slow clearing. we slowly feel humidity and haze out on thursday with a high of 94. there's that 82. the gent gentle mid 80s, a beautiful weekend saturday and sunday. keeping her eyes your ban and suburban here is sharon gibala at traffic control. >> good morning. not such a great commute downtown because of that water main break that happened last night. therefore pictures of -- there are pictures of it. we're looking at major streets closed this morning. light street is closed
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between east redwood and lombard street. take charles street instead. redwood is closed also. that's a live look at what it looks like right now. east lombard and light, three lanes blocked there. one accident to watch for on 10 oh westbound, that one near 95. delays in place now on the west side of the beltway, 45 miles per hour is your slowest spot. over all not so bad. there's a live look at 95 at spaghetti junction. it looks like a lot of people are on vacation this week. this traffic report is brought to you by your toyota dealer. your car, your deal, now is the time to make the jump and see how many ways there are to save when you buy right. our coffee with sponsor, the maryland science center is giving you a chance for a very special visit. it's part of the center's summer of even more
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irresponsible science. go to wjz.com and click on contest and promotions for a chance to win a family four pack of tickets and a one night stay at the near by sheraton. >> the satellite interview is furnished by national dee owe graphic wild. welcome back. how are you? >> doing great. i'm many in spain right now. good afternoon from here. >> what are you doing in spain? >> i am shooting my new show called the leader of the pack. this time i wanted to make it a worldwide show. i wanted the whole world to become a pack. i brought everybody together here in europe and we got people from england, people from hoe land, people from itty and of course italy and of course people from
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the -- from italy and of course people from the united states. we're making a big pack to bring awareness to dogs around the world. >> clearly you're moving on. i have your website up. you're like busier than ever. are you -- we're going to get to michael phelps in a second. are you totally blown away your career has exploded over the past couple of decades like it has? >> absolutely. we're a hard working team. i have a nice pack of people. obviously it's about trust, respect and loyalty and the opportunities a in dfsh in the world are -- in the world are open. everybody needs help with their dogs. i think we're doing a good job of making sure we go step by step telling the world we are the place where they can accomplish knowledge. >> i'm looking at this michael
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phelps thing on your website. i sitting here and he's training a dog to swim. what's with this mie tal phelps story -- michael phelps story? >> you know, i think it's very important, especially for summer, don't forget the water. michael phelps for a lot of people besides being a hero for a lot of us is -- he represents swimming. we wanted to bring that to the attention and show how much fun it is. he's not teaching him as much as he's allowing the dogs to swim. dogs naturally know how to swim. for those people who think you need to teach a dog how to swim, no, you just need to teach him how to get out of the pool and in. >> everybody don't go taking your dogs and throwing them in water. we don't want to hurt
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the beasts. >> no. >> they do love this. if you -- i was in a pool and had my dog there. somebody said, here, take your dog. as dixie was going down towards the water she started moving. i was kind of blown away. >> you know, one way to test if a dog has the reflex of swimming, the only thing you have to do is hold them from the side and watch what happens to the front legs. you see how the knowledge of being close to the water triggered the mechanism of swimming. you'll be amazed, all dogs can swim, including pugs and bulldogs. obviously you can buy a lifesaver for them so they can float. you don't have to worry about any breed not knowing how to swim. sgsz -- >> we only have a minute 30 seconds left. one tip you would part on the audience, the single
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most common mistake a dog owner makes, what would that be? >> the single for me would be that they blame the dog for the behavior and really it's simple to fulfill the life of a dog. i can't repeat it enough, exercise, discipline affection. once you fulfill the needs of the dog nobody is going to have problems. we are giving problems to them. that's the biggest mistake people do. they blame the dog. >> i'm going to take my dog for a walk today and after a mile she's going to look at me like are you nuts, i'm going in the shade, laying down, we're done. >> if it's too hot, absolutely. >> we have to roll. dog when i whisper, final season saturday. thanks for all the tips.
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>> thank you, guys. >> see you. >> from spain, that's kind of wild. you know, modern communication there was a 2 second satellite delay and i am wanted to go i'm taking my dog for a walk today, caesar, over. we're taking a break and coming right back with wjz tv traffic control, first warning weather and more. it's the morning edition. we'll be right back. k9 advantix ii. not only kills fleas and ticks it repels most ticks before they can attach and snack on us. frontline plus kills but doesn't repel and a tick that isn't repelled or killed may attach
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7 until 7:00. here come your updates. >> no surprise, hot and human. mid 7 -- hot and humid. mid 70s now. heat indexes of about 105, maybe a couple passing shade clouds that's your only relief. here is sharon gibala right now with traffic control. good morning. if you're headed out volume is light, it looks like a lot of people are vacation. if you're headed downtown, this is what you face, a water main break from last night blocking light street between east redwood street and bomb alimony -- alimony board. -- alimony lombard. three right lanes blocked on lombard. only one accident, that one on 95 right on 100 westbound. speeds slow on the west side of the beltway,
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41 miles per hour is your average. this traffic report is brought to you by home paramount pest control. home -- call 888-888-home. don, back over to you. she just mentioned crews will be back working on a major water main break in downtown baltimore this morning. the 20 inch pipe break during yesterday's afternoon rush hour and sent thousands of gallons of water, sand and dirt flowing through city streets. the streets could remain shut down for days. drivers are asked to plan out an alternate route in advance. investigators are on the scene of a fatal crash of a small plane in montgomery county. it went down just before reaching the runway last night. two people were on board, one is dead the other is in the hospital in serious condition. this morning the search continues in hartford county for
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maszing edge wood man who disappeared while swimming in the bush river. rescue crews and dive teams from six agencies have been searching. the coast guard says 17 miles of water have already been searched with no sign of the missing man. the search continues for a man wanted in a double shooting in a nail salon over the weekend. than pham has been charged in a warrant with multiple accounts. police say pham shot his estranged going and a male friend at the salon on saturday night. anyone with information on pham's where abouts are urged to contact police. we have some good news for you, maryland drivers under the age of 40 can renew their driver's license online. the first eligible drivers are under the age of 40 because those do not have to retake a vision test. in the future it will try to accommodate the vision test
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for drivers 40 and older. with just 7 weeks to go before the grand prix of baltimore, the new group in charge, race on, says it will be ready. the organizers revealed three major new sponsors at a big news conference yesterday. now single day reserve tickets are being sold. last year's event drew in 160,000 second tay tos. track -- spectators. track work will start later this month. stay with wjz 13, maryland ice news 's -- maryland's news station. look at the big hole live. yesterday's water main break. as you see, traffic is effected this morning. coming up next on cbs this morning, how is the worst draught in more than half a century effecting the u.s. economy. news over night involving george zimmerman and several other cases in the news
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